Grateful Dead Live at Knickerbocker Arena on 1990-03-26
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Hell In A Bucket, Dupree's Diamond Blues, A Little Light, Black Throated Wind, Big Railroad Blues, Picasso Moon, Row Jimmy, Blow Away
Built To Last, Victim Or The Crime, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider-> Women Are Smarter-> Drums-> Jam-> I Need A Miracle, Dear Mr. Fantasy-> Gimme Some Lovin'-> Morning Dew, E: Brokedown Palace
This date is featured on Dozin' at the Knick.
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|Hell In A Bucket|
|Dupree's Diamond Blues|
|Just A Little Light|
|Black Throated Wind|
|Big Railroad Blues|
|Blow Away -> wait-a-minute rap -> Blow Away|
|Built To Last|
|Victim Or The Crime -> [taper change]|
|China Cat Sunflower ->|
|I Know You Rider ->|
|Man Smart, Woman Smarter ->|
|I Need A Miracle ->|
|Dear Mr. Fantasy ->|
|Gimme Some Lovin' ->|
|Encore: Brokedown Palace|
Original Master Rescue Project. Master off previously unreleased Audience FOB DAT. SBDs of this are available on CD as a partial on "Dozin at the Knick", from GDP, and "Spring 1990", from the same fine folks. And, it is a large 96/24 set, in the 3+ GB range.
Judge your choice to download accordingly. If you prefer audience to SBD/CDs, and don't mind having some versions, this is for you.
Taping quality: equivalent to 1961 Bordeaux wine in terms of tape crafting. (1961 was apparently a very good year for Bordeaux.) Band Playing Quality: Row Jimmy and Blow Away are candy, as is most of the rest of this tour, given the large CD release... Some flaws, nach. Enjoy the audience being appreciative. Very 3-D auditory. Nice separation and bass.
Source: Some fine, fine audience taping work. The provenance is a bit complex, thanks to the "FOB Daredevils": yet, it was taped in an FOB sweet spot for the most part.
First set, thru Set II Victim, and, after China -> Rider: Richard Berner's B&K 4011's, 110º ORTF, hand-held @ 5' high, Prolink -> Neumann Power Supply -> D10, 26th Row Center, FOB -> DAT Master, Apogee 701/BETA -> NAK 682 ZX -> Sony Metal-SR/90 -> JVC TD-W354 -> Zoom H6 96/24 WAV -> Audacity -> FLAC 96/24.
They seem to have kept the audience around them pretty disciplined; the change in sources is noticeable.
China -> Rider: Schoeps CMC 421 Sub Cardioids, 100º, 1 row in front of soundboard, about 4 seats right. There may or may not be a full-security-body-tackle recorded, just because that crew delights in that kind of thing, then a likely fade-in back-of-board. All provenance bets are off at that point, but it still sounds very nice.
Only posting in 96/24 to keep the sound quality up, feel free to convert it if you like, I hear there are open-source CD-burners that convert on the fly. Mastered with Bose Quiet-Comfort 20 Headphones with NC on. Thanks, Pete-O!
Recorded by: Richard Berner and Friends
Sown and Seeded by: bltz
- Albany, NY
- Run time
- First set, Set II Victim, and, after China -> Rider: Richard Berner's B&K 4011's, 110 degrees ORTF, hand-held @ 5' high, Prolink -> Neumann Power Supply -> D10, 26th Row Center, FOB -> DAT Master, Apogee 701/BETA -> NAK 682 ZX -> Sony Metal-SR/90 -> JVC TD-W354 -> Zoom H6 96/24 WAV -> Audacity -> FLAC 96/24; China -> Rider: Schoeps CMC 421 Sub Cardioids, 100 degrees, 1 row in front of soundboard, about 4 seats right
- Taped by
- Richard Berner friends
- Transferred by
- Knickerbocker Arena
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